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Oc Wheat still at the old figures78c,
Episcopal social at the residence of W S
Conrad this ovening.
Itob. Anderson and Henry Yarnall de
parted this morning for Pokegama, to be
absent several days hunting and fishing.
Jerry Brown, who has bad a long siege of
sickness, has successfully raised the "siege,"
and made his appearance on the streets yes-
Shipments on tho Stillwater & Taylors
Palls road yesterday, 500 barrels of flour and
nine car loads of lumber, lieceipts, four
car loads of merchandise.
Jame3 Mitchell, an employe in Isaac
Staples' Ann river camp, had a leg broken
on the landi ng the other day. necessitating
his removal to Stillwater.
Tom Maylone, having served his sentence,
less good time, in the ponitentiary, was re
leased yesterday. I we remember rightly,
the Dispatch, about a 3 ear ago claimed to
have received intelligence that Maj'lone in
tended to steal a coat, be sentenced to the
State prison, and while there release the
Younger brothers. If this was hia intention
ho failed to put it in execution, for the
Yonnger3 still remain in durance vile.
Tho TMat T,oa/.
The basement of the Universalist church
proved inadequate for th large number of
persons who assembled to witness the pres
entation of this drama on "Wednesday even
ing. I the club conclude to present any
more dramas this winter tbey will have to
increase the seating capacity of the room or
else engage a larger hall for the successful
termination of the play. Tho praise-woithy
manner in which th different characteis
were represented Wednesday evening prove
beyond a doubt that all dramatic entertain
ments by the club will receive a generous
patronage hereafter. Mr. Fellows and C.
A. Bennett, in their lespectivo roles of
Birt Bustlo and Tom Chubs, made decided
hits, and relieved the play of its otherwise
sober cast. The affair netted the sum of
&21.84, which, considering tho low price of
admission, is quite large.
IBefoie Judge Oiosby.]
Seymour, Sabin & Co vs. John White
sides. Still on tiial.
[Befoie Jud^e Nor^oid.
Henry Spauldmg,, an itineiant pfddler of
bras3 jewelry, and also deali ng in a lottery
in the same, was fined $50 and costs, with
tho injunction not to do it again.
Frank Lemmon, vag was giv en thirty
minutes to make himself scarce, and he did
it on time.
COULDN'T MAKE THE RIFFLH.
A i'lot to ltob the J'actjic Railroad Pay
iua,tcr at Omaha.
[Omaha Spceuil Chicago Times.
A detectivo connected with the polico de
partment of this city has unearthed a plot to
rob the oifice of the Union Pacific paymas
ter. I seem3 that, by pressing and threat
ening a notonous thief and penitentiary bird
named Harry Clayton with prosecution on
several different complaints, he made him
give up valuable information in his posses
sio n. Clayton informed him that a plan had
been made up to go through the Union
Pacific paymaster's office that th omen en
gaged in the schema were Tom Foster, 1L
Smythe, Jo Bradley, Tom Pendorgast, and
Henry lioe. Tho last named wa in the em
ploy of the railroad company, and had
been gradually approached, and then taken
in to the arrangement. From lioe thoy had
learned in a general way that a large amount
of money was in th postmaster's safe. Two
ot the gang, laboring under the impressi on
that they had seemed tho combination i the
safe-lock, one night not long ago got into
tho office by unlocking the door, but failed
in opening the safe. Had they succeeded,
it is said thoy would have been rewarded
with $75,000. They then determined to
forcibly open the safo at the first favoiable
opportunity, intending to procure th ser
vices of an 6xpert from Chicago. Clayton
also informed the detective that, acting on
he information furnished by Hoe, they had
once burglarized the office ox th Omaha
Elevator company, but got nothing, and at
tempted it a seco nd timo, when thoy thought
$1,500 were in the safo, but were scai ed
away by the watchman. lloo, Pendegrast,
Smythe, and Foster have been arrested on
the charge of burglary of th elovator office,
and Hoe has confessed all. His confession
corroborates Clayton's statement, but he
charges Clayton with originating the con
templated raid on the payrnasf er's oSice, and
also the elevator burglary. Clayton has dis
Vljimouth Church anil Mrs. Ttlton.
[New York Times.]
After the prayer-meeting in tho lecture-room
of Plymouth church, last evening, the usual
monthly business meeting was held. Henry
Ward JBcecher Howard, the clerk, read the
minutes of meetings which has not yet been
acted upon. Among th em were the miuutes of
the special meeting of the executive commit
tee to hear the chaiges of Mrs. Walton against
Mrs. Elizabeth It. Tilton, accusing the latter of
unchristian conduct. Mr. Howaid had barely
began to lead the report of the committee ex
communicating Mrs. Tilton, when Mr. Halliday
hastily arose and cried:
"Mr. Chairman, those minutes have already
been acted upon"
"It does not appear so from the minutes,"
responded Mr. Howard as quickly.
"Well, that's the fault i the writer, or some
body else," exclaimed Mr. Halliday, after which
remark there was a veiy awkward pause, and a
'Well, don't let us stop there," said Mr.
Beecher, in a clear, firm tone "do one thing or
Mr. Howard then asked if the congregation
would adopt the report without reading, and,
after another confused pause among the con
gregation, finished the leading of the leport,
and, then the resolution of excommunication
was first publicly .idopted.
A 4 year-old lad in Oshkosh got hold of a
razor and attempted to shave himse lf in imi
tati on of his father's tonsorial operations,
which he had witnessed with intense inter
est. Tha result was a badly lacerated face
and hand s.
(PENCE OPERA HOUSE.)
Lessee* and Managers, Murray !z Godwin.
To-Night, Thursday, Dec. 5th,
Eanchon the Cricket.
TEIDAY, DEC. C,
Our popular Matinee Saturday afternoon at 2 p. M.
Reserved Seats and Matmee Tickets on bale at
Elliott's Music Store, Nicollet avenue.
Street cars leave lor all parts of the city at tho
conclusion of each performance.
New Grocery Store just started, on the corner of
Franklin avenue and Twelfth avenue south. New
Goods, new prices, and new hrm. Corao and see us
and wo will guarantee to do well by jou. Prices low.
CHASE &c SOJST.
CHIliHTltOM & COUILLA15D,
Attorneys at Law. Collections a Specialty.
Office. No. 83 Wash Ave. B., Minneapolis, Minn.
Proceedigs of the Common Coun
ST. PAUL, Dec. 3,1878.
President Rhodes in the chair.
Present Aid Dowlan, Dreis, Grace,
Griggs, McCarthy, O'Cconnor, Smith, Mr.
Under direction of the President, the oath
of office was administered by the Clerk to E
C. Belote, Esq., as Alderman of the Second
District of the Fifth Ward.
From the President of the Council
Appointing Aid. Smith Chairman of the
Committee on Ways and Means, and placi ng
Aid. Belote on the following Committees,
viz Fire Department, Printing, License,
Health, Claims, Streets, Sewers and Bridges.
Prom Aid. Allen-
Asking to be excused on account of sick
From John Frefc and others
For lamps on Post's side track.
Iteferred to Committee on Gas.
From Alice Cavanaugh
Claiming damag es on account of Melro se
Referred to Board of Public Works.
From E Whitney
For the settlement of a balance in hia
favor for a street opened in Whitney &
Smith's addition in 1872.
Referred to Committee on Ways and
From E S Goodrich and others
Asking for the vacation of a portion of
the alley running through block 71, Dayton
& Irvine's addition.
A1.J. Smith moved that the petition of E
S. Goodrich and others, asking for the vaca
tion of that portion of the alley running
throu gh block 71, of Dayton & livine's ad
dition to St Paul, lyi ng along the southerly
side of lot 1 2 in said block, be filed of record
with the City Clerk, and that said City Clerk
give notice by publication, as provided by
the charter, and tuat a hearing would be
had before the committee on streets.
YeasA'd. Belote, Dowlan, Dreis, Grace,
CiiijKP, McCaithy, O'Connor, Smith, Mr.
REPORTS Or CITY OFFICERS.
Of City Treasurer
TREASURER'S OFFICE, I
Br. TAUL, Dec 2, 1878. i
To the Honorable, the President, and Common
Council of the (Jrty St. Paul:
GENTRT.AIEN I have the honor to herewith
submit my report showing the receipts and dis
buibemenis this ofhco from Jan. 1 t Dec. 1,
Balance Jan. 1, 1878...$ 59,805 GO
County Treasurer 264,055 37
i l. J. O'Connor, City
Workhouse, stone sold
P. 1'. Flynn, stieet
TboniaH Grace, hale of
F. A. iieuz, Fire De
J. 8. EJewall, tsurvcy-
ing for private par
Surplus of proceeds
of West 8t Paul
Proceeds hide of
ltico street sewer
Proceeds of sale of St.
Peter and Tenth
streets ewe" bond".
K. O. Strong, old Fue
John O'Connor, old
N10 Schmitz, street
Churlen Webei, Chief
ot Police, fair licen-
1GS 0 0
Isabelle street, sixth
Fifth and Prince street
Fifth and Noill street
Fourth street, Maria
to Hoffman 3venue.
Third street, Broadway
Whaley's contract of
Miller's contract of
Oct. 22, 1877
Millei's contract of
Nov. 7. 1877
Whaley's contract of
April 9, 1877
Jensen's contiact of
April 12, 1878
St. Peter and Tenth
INTEREST ON DEPOSITS.
Dawson & Co $676 18
bank 673 57
First National bank.. 757
German-Am'n bank.. 60S 30
Farmers' & Mechanics'
bank 653 70
Bedford and Bradley
btreets 15 00
Hoffman avenue $1,103 40
Como proceeds of sale
Jackson street wideii-
CHANGE OF GRADES.
Total receipts to Dec.
1, 1878.. 441.189 S6
City orders paid $269,270 3S
Interest coupons paid. 85,334 20
West St. Paul coupons
Certificates of sale paid
Fire department con
City Bcrip redeemed..
Balance Doc. 1, '78 62,380 76
'tt^ffc j*. rH-^r^iMfiij
Eountze Bros., Ne
York $ 12,953 63
Dawson & Co.,*,
Merchants Nat. bank.
First Nat. bank
Farmers' & Mechanics'
In vault "silver and
of sale by property
owners 8,700 58
Malca, 23 fomalca, 15.
Liquor Beer Butchers Di.iy and wagon.
Licenses and permits
to tap sewers
F. A. REN Z, City Treasurer.
Referred to Comptroller.
First District street force, piy roll for
November, 1878 $422.12Secon Dhtrict
street force, pay roll for November, 1878
$673.37 Mitchell Vincent, estimate No. 2
Como avenue grading, 2,814.35 Michael
Clonan, estimate No. 3 grading L'Orient
Allowed and ordered paid.
O expense of Rico street sewer.
.GENTLEMEN: The city of St. Paul has paid
thirty thousand two hunched au twenty-two
and eighteen one hundredth ($30,222.18) dol
lars for and on account of the construction of
a sewer on '"Tenth, Riee and Rondo streets, froai
Fort street to a point on Rondo street about
200 feet webt of Rice street."
JOHN W. ROACH,
lieferred to Attorney and Comptroller.
Of City Clerk-
Accounting for ^24.99 coileeted of Mc
Manus for ground rent.
Referred to Comptroller.
Of Clerk of Municipal Court
Showing receipts for November, $621.20.
Of Chief of Police
For November: Arre3t*3, %37 fines and
costs collected, $517.45 lodgers accommo
Of Acting Pound Master
llsceipts for November, .1*43.90.
Of Alms House and Hospital Board
For November expenses, $973.84.
All referred to th Committee on Public
Accounts. Of Captain of Police
Lamps not lit in November.
lieferred to Committee on Claims.
Of City Engineer
O an order for relaying Theodore Wei
man's sidewalk, and char ge the same the
Rice street sewer contract, report that there
is no more reason for chargi ng this sidewalk
to said contraot than there would in charg
ing it for a new walk all along the street.
Referred to the Aldeimen of the Third
ward. Of Wood Measurer
Showing that he had measured 14 9 cords
of wood in November, for which he received
Of Health Officer-
Mortuary report for November, 1878:
Dec. 2, 187S.
Cancel of the Uterus 1
Congestion oi* the lungs 1
Congestion of the bo^\ els 1
Cholera infantum 1
Consumption of lungs 4
Disease the Inain 4
Dwtase the hesu 2
Disease of the kidney 1
Fever, scarlet 2
Hemonh ige ot tiie uteius 1
Inflammation the Jungs 2
Ola ac 1
Suicide, drowning 1
Sy phillis 1
J. Fothch, 84.50: A. Richtei, $2 5, Tiotter,
.$2 50 R. O'Connoi, $,22.
01 Health Inspector J.leyerding
Nuisances aLttedoi loads bent to duuip.jig
OC As&ihtant Health lii&pectui Pitlerpon
Niuhaiicpa abated, 52 fl'.es collected $27.60.
BREWER MAI JOCKS, 11. IX,
M. J. O'COXXOR, hcc.
Accepted and th claims allowed.
REPORr Or BOALD OT PUBLIC WORKS.
Awarding a contract to Jamts Starkey for
the construction a hewer on Fort street,
irom Eigle street to McBoal street, for
iJOjlon.SO. Suictics, S Barris, James
YeasAid. Belote, Dowlan, Dreis, Grace,
Gns g? McCarthy, O'Connor, Smith, Mr.
President9. O grading Western avenue from Dayton to
Referred to Aldermen of Fourth Ward.
O Estimate 15 Ohio street grading. Cor
rected. Amount, $325.55.
Referred to Comptroller for payment.
O Estimate No. 3 and final. Summit avenue
sewer, John E O'Brien, $430.39
Aldermen of Third ward report that
they have e.s ainined he work and find it fin
ished according to pla ns aad &pecifiea Lions.
Referred to a special committee, viz: Aid
Dowlan, Smith, Belote.
REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES.
Of Committee on Ways and Means
O a transcript of judgmentsone in fa
vor of Frederick W Tmager for ^G3, no in
favor of John E O'Brien'for $48.75.
The Committee on Ways and Means, to whom
the above mentioned tianscrrpts were referred,
report in favor of the payment of said judg
ments and transmit herewith resolutions for
that purpose. C. W. GRIGGS,
Adopted. (See older.)
J. Mathias, $30.60S Carrigan, $2J
King, 996.80 Prendergast Bros., $69.70
J. Butler, Estimate No. 6, Ninth street
sewer, $408.25Joh Conniff, $60A De
fiel, $60: S Sarooi, -1492 S Flint,
$10 Dispatch, $6.75Thos W Heathcote,
$99F Knauft, $12.G0: Water Co., $4,116.78
Estimate No. 4 final, Wiliins street grading,
Gus Moline, $253.94: Thos. Fox, Estimate
No. 4 Selby avenue grading, 202.20 Jas
Starkey, Estimate No. 11, final, St Peter
street sewer, $464.38.
Board of Health-
John Fetsch, $4.50A Richter, $25Joh
Trotter, $2.50R O'Connor, $22B
Goodrich & Co., 14.60F Knauft, 9 0 ots.
Thos. Hanley, 11.50 Burkley, $1Wm
Maddox, $15 C. Hep, 8 0 cents
Hall, $2 St Paul Foundry, $8.75Jas
Thornton, $5 Hatfield & Co., $33.85A
Lindeke & Bro., 15.55Harnis & Co.
$4 Martin Burkle y, $2.18: Breidert,
$8.31Joh Martin, $22.29.
REPOR13 OF SPECIAL COMMITTEES.
Of Alderman of Third ward
O petition of Mary S Mayall and others
for a new street along the line dividing block
tw o, Rice and Irvine's addition.
Your committee to whom was referred the
within petition, respectfully report in favor of
granting the prayer of petitioners, and recom
mend that the same be referred to the Board
of Public Works for formal report as to the
piopiiety and necessity the same.
THO S. GRACE.
Of Aldermen of Fifth Ward
O a petition for a change of grede on
Third street, between Hoffman and Maria
Your committee on the petition for a change
of grade on Third street, between Hoffman and
Maria avenues, recommend that the same be
referred to the City Engineer, with request
that he furnish the City Council with profile of
grade as asked for in the petition.
Of Alderm an of Sixth Ward and Attorney
O a petition for street in Sixth Ward.
The Alderman of the Sixth Ward and Citv
Attorney, report an order for the opening an
THE ST. PAUL DAILY GLOBE, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1878.
extending Isabel street, as requested by the
Alderman b|xth Ward.
W. MraaAs, -7-
O an ordinance to amend the wood ordi
Wm. Dorris, $5J E O'Brien, $23.23:
Martin, $300J Olivier, $41.10J
Breidert, $9.40Joh Warne, final estimate
Ninth street sewer, $509.96 Thos. Hanley,
$4.87 Smith & Lewis, $1,391.85 DAIL Y.
GLOBE, $446.55Thoma a Boshor, $333.33
S Saroni, $369.
Referred to Committee on Claims.
Theo. Weimann, $36.59.
Referred to Aldermen of Third ward and
An order for a cistern corner Fifth and
Clay streets, Sixth ward.
Referred to Committee on Fire Depart
An order to permit one or more property
owners on Marion street to make he advance
required by law for the grading of said street.
Referred to Committee on Streets.
(For resolution and ordinances see an
nexed official* publication.)
President of Council.
Official Publication of Resolutions Passed
by the Common Council of the City of St
Paul. Dec. 3 1878.
JReiolvcd, That the proper city officers pre
pare, execute and deliver to the Committee on
Ways and Means city bonds to the amount of
four thousand dollars, the proceeds to be ap
plied to the construction of a sewer on Fort
street, between Eagle and McBoal street, as
authorized and provided for by Ordinance No.
143, an ordinance to appropriate and set apart
certain funds for th construction of sewers,
approved April 17, 1878.
YeasAid. Belote, Dowlan, Dreis, Grace,
Griggs, McCarthy, O'Connor, Smith, Mr. Presi
Approved Dec. 4 1878.
Jie^olved, That an order be drawn upon the
treasury in favor of Grratt Hewitt, for the sum
of forty-one 2-100 dollars, to refund interest
paid on assessments for the opening of Universi
ty Avenue, the said Hewitt,during the time for
which said interest was charged and paid, hav
ing money due im from the city for property
taken forth opening of said street.
YeasAid. Belote, Dowlan, Dreis, Grace,
Griggs, McCarthy, O'Connor, Smith, Mr.
Approved Dec. 4 1878
Jiewlved, That the two Globe gas lights lo
cated on the corners of Somerbet and Olmsted,
and St. Paul streets be removed, one to the
cornor of Fifth and Maria avenue, and the
other to the corner of Fifth and Bates avenue,
and in place of those removed, put up two of
the St. Paul Gas Light Co. lrghts also place
St. Paul gas lights at the northwest corner of
De Bow and Grove streets, and at the southeast
corner of Eighth and Pine streets.
YeasAid. Belote, Dowlan, Dreis, Grace,
Griggs, McCarthy, O'Connor, Smith, Mr. Presi-
Approved Dec. 4, 1878.
Resolved, That an order be drawn upon the
treasury in iavor of Smith & Egan, Esqrs., at
torneys, for Francis W. Treager, for sixth-three
dollarc, in payment of judgment in the su
preme couit in fd,vor of said Francis W. Treager,
tt^tdnat the city of Sfc Paul.
YeasAid.Belote, Dowlan, Dreis, Grace,Griggg,
McCarthy, O'Connor, Smith, Mr. President9.
Approved Dec. 4,1873.
fit solved. That an order be drawn upon the
titasury i'avoi James Beals, attorney
for John C. O'Brien, for $48.75 in payment of
judgment in the Supreme Court in favor of
John C. O'Brien agaiiibt the City of St.
YedsAid. Belote, Dowlan, Dreis, Grace,
v'rciggs. McCarthy, O'Connor, Smith, Mr. Presi
Appiovcd Dec. 4, 1878.
By Aid. McCarthy
It i* heieby oidered b3' the Common Council
of the City of St. Paul:
That the matter opening and extending
Isabel siieet ponthward through Bell's addi
tion, to Js-ffernon street in said addition be, and
ibe sanio is heieby referred to the Boaid of
Public Works to investigate and report.
FustIs this improvement proper and neces
SecondGive the Council an estimate of the
expense thereof, and state whether one half of
the cost thereof is to be paid into the City
Treasury before the contract is let.
ThirdCan leal estate to be assessed for said
improvement, be found benefited to the ex
tent of damages, co&ts and expenses necessary
to bo inclined thereby?
FouithIs such improvement asked for upon
the petition or applicatron of the owners of a
majority of the property to be assessed for
FifthSend the Council a plan or profile of
said improvements as required by law, if you
report in favor the same.
SixthSend the Council a proper order di
recting the work to be done.
YeasAid. Belote, Dowlan, Dreis, Grace,
Grigg, McCarthy, O'Connor, Smitb, Mr. Presi
Approved Dec. 4,1878.
Committee on Gas
Resolved, That S. Saroni bo and he is
hereby directed to place lamps at the following
One on the corner of "Virginia avenue and
One on the corner of Kent and Chailes
One on the north side of Iglehart street and
One on the north side of University avenue
and Mackubin street.
One on the southwest corner i University
avenue and Rice street.
One on the south side of Nelson avenue, cor
ner Virginia avenue.
One on the northeast corner of Canada street
and Aurora avenue.
One on Ashland avenue between Western av
enue and Arundel street.
One on northwest corner of Tilton and St.
One on northwest corner of Rondo street and
One on corner Summit avenue and Mackubin
One on corner Summit avenue and Dale
One on corner Summit avenue and Groto
One on northeast corner of Wacouta and
One on coiner Rosabel and Third streets.
One on corner Fifth and Seventh streets.
One in front of St. Michael's church, Sixth
ward, and two under direction of Alderman of
One on Aurora avenue in front of block
Lambert & Co.'s addition.
One lamp under direction of Alderman Dow
lan, First ward.
One on southeast corner of Sixth and St.
Peter streets, Sixth wajrd.
One on northeast corner of Fifth street and
YeasAid. Belote, Dowlan, Dreis, Grace,
Griggs, McCarthy, O'Connor, Smith, Mr. Pres
Jie&ohvd, That the City Clerk givo notice that
the grade of Sixth street, "bet ween Maria and
Hoffman avenues, will be changed in accordance
with the blue grade line on the accompanying
profile, said profile dated September, 1878.
YeasAid. Belote, Dreis, Grace, Griggs, Mc
Carthy, O'Connor, Smith, Mr. President8.
Approved Deo. 4, 1878.
A Fond du Lac lady knits gloves from the
fur of raccoons. The fur is carefully clipped
from the pelt and set up enwise on a smooth
board. The long coarse hairs are then
plucked out by hand, and the remaining fine
fur spun in to threads softer than silk. Gloves
made in this manner will keep the hands as
warm as they are in summer aa comfort
able as as any one could wiah, and they
wear longer than hand clothing made of
MONEY AM) TKADE.
10:00 10:15 10:30
10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 U:45 12:00 12:15 12:30 12:45
2:45 3:00 3:15 3:30
Money and Stocks. I
NEW YOEK, De 5.
Gold weak opening atlOOJS, and closing at 100i
Carrying rates 1@J per cent.
Borrowing rates flat treasury gold-certificates
were worth 1-32 per cent, premium to-day. The
United States treasury lias discontinued their issue.
Silver bar at London 50i penee per ounce.
Bar silver here arellOtf in greenbacks 11054 in
gold. Subsidiary silver coin 72@1M, per cent, dis
Bailroad bonds irregular.
State securities dull, except Louisiana consuls,
which declined 4J4 per cent.
The Btock market was feverish and unsettled
throughout the day. At the opening there was an
advance of per cent., but this was succeeded
by a decline of H@llA
per cent., the latter in Chicago
& Northwestern common, which fell off after the an
nouncement of a dividend. During tho afternoon
Morns Essex &d\nced 1% Pr cent, from the low
est poiat, but other coal share3 were heavy in conse
quence of the coal combination having taken no ac
tion at their meeting to-day for continuance of the
agreement during 1879. The general list recovered
H@5i per cent., but this improvement was partially
lost in some cases at the close.
At the close transactions aggregated 159,000 shares,
of which 20,00J were Late Shore & Michigan South
ern 2S,00O Chicago & Northwestern common 19,000
Chicago & Northwestern preferred 9,000 Milwaukee
& St. Paul common 6,000 Milwaukee & St. Paul
preferred 38,000 Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
4,500 New Jersey Central 50,000 Morris & Essex
2,500 Union Pacific 2,000 Cleveland, Columbus, Cin
cinnati & Indiauai olia, and 12,000 Western Union.
Money 36 per cent., closing at 3 per cent.
Prune mercantile paper 4@5V4 per cent.
The assistant treasurer disbursed $630,000.
Custom receipts $299,000.
Sterling, long dull at 81'^ short 86.
The following were the closing quotation*:
Coupons, '81 109%pew 414s, coupo IO6I4
Coupons,'65, new. 103 New 4 per cents ..100k
Coupons, '67 105 "s 10-40s, regular 107%
Coupons, '68 1C9V4 Coupons 107s
New5 106^41 Currency 6s 119^
Western Union Tel 95%
Quicksilver preferred 33
Pacific Mail 14%
Mariposa preferred. 3
Adams JSxpross 10SV4
Wells & Fargo 38
United States 47
New York Central 111
Erie preferred 32i4
Michigan Central. 68%
Union Pacific stock. 653
Lake Shore 68%
Illinois Central.. 78J
Cleveland & Pittsburg 83%
Is orthwestern pfd 7718Sinking
Tennessee 6a, old 33*41 Virginia 6s, aew
Tennessee 6s, new 29*4 Missouri Gg
Virginia 6s, old 27
CO. C. & I 31
New Jersey Central. 28
Rock Island 117%
Mil, & St. Paul 3568
Mil. & St. Paul pfd 72 &
Fort Wayne 99%
Terre Haute 4
Terre Haute pfd. 10}i
Chicago & Alton 78J4
Chicago & Alton pfd 102
Ohio & Mississippi. 7%
D. L. &W 46&
A. & P. Telegraph 28
Missouri Pacific IJ4
C. B. & 110%
Hannibal & St. Joe.. 14J4
do preferred 34%
C. P. bonds 107%
U.P. bonds 107J
U. P. land grant .106%
83%. 8314 83%
83 83 83 83
83 83 83
10:00 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:45
10:00 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:45
3:00 2:45 3*15
Foreign Money Market.
LONDON, Dee. 55 p. M.
Amount of bullion in the Bank of England de
creased 139,000 the past week. The proportion of
bank reserve to liability is 40% per cent.
Money_ 94 7-16 Account 94 11-16
UNITED STATES 8KCUBITlf.
New 4*4t coupons 1063t
10-408,8. B., '67
.10876 Erie.. Erie preferred
Illinois Central 110
32V4 18% 32 79
Pennsylvania Cent'rl 32%
PAnii, De. 5.
EENTEB112f 67 %c.
Specie In tho Bank of Franco increased 271,000
francs during tho past week.
Markets in Detail.
The following quotations giving the lange of the
markets during the day weio received by
MORTON, MOOBE & Co.,
LliTEBPOOl., De.5 10:00 A. II.
Floating cargoes steady.
Cargoes on passage neglected no business doing.
On passage to United Kingdom 1,700,000 quarters.
LIVERPOOL, Dec. 510:30 A. M.
Demand oheeked, but prices nominally unchanged.
NEW YOKK, Dec. 511:00 A. M.
Corn inactive easier.
Wheat, spring inactive, winter easier.
NEW YORK, Dec. 51:00 p. M.
Wheat steady quiet 90c bid for No. 3 Milwaukee
$1 00 bid for No. 2 winter whoat weaker.
NEW YOKK, Dec. 52:00 P.
Wheat dull steady No. 3 Chicago 90%c in store
$1.00 bid No. 2 Milwaukee winter wheat lower.
83 83 83J6 83%.
83% 83%@M 83%@7B 83% 83% 84 81 84
837 837,' 83%
83% 83% 83?6 S3% 83%*i
83% 83% 83Xi
83% 83% 83%
83% 83%548354 83% 88%
83& 8 3^
83% 82% 83%
8J?i 83% 83%
88J4 83 83%
83% 83% 83%
12:15 F.11 31M
Corn rocelpts In Chicago, 73,894 bushels ship
ments 12,080 bushels.
9:30 A. M..
10:30 10:45 11:00 11:45
12:00 12:30 p. 7 87%@90
2:00 2:45 8:15
8 05@8 07%
8 02%@8 05
8.02% 8 05
8 00@8 02%
8 008 02%
5.80 5 8082%
5.80 5 77%
[Associated PreBS Markets.]
Milwaukee Produce Market.
MILWAUKEE, Deo. 5.
FLOUR Quiet and unchanged.
GRAINWheat opened weak and %c lower, and
closed quiet and steady No. 1 hard 93% No. 1,
86 l-2c No. 2, 83c December 83c January 83 l-2c
February 84% No. 3, 68 l-2c No. 4, 60c rejected
51 l-2c. Corn scarce No. 2, 31 l-2c. Oats weaker
No. 2, 20c. Rye quiet No. 1, 43 l-2c. Barley, more
active No. 2 cash and December 83@83%c January
PROVISIONSSteady and active. Mess pork,
old $6.70 new 7.90. Lard, prime steam, $5.65.
RECEIPTS9,103 barrels flour 124,911 bushels
SHIPMENTS20,375 barrels flour 65,337 bushels
Chicago Produce Market.
CHICAGO, Dee. 5.
GRAINWheat, fair demand and lower No. 2red
winter 87@87%c No. 2 Chicago spring 83%c cash
83%@83%c January 84%@84i4c February No. 3
Chicago 69@71c rejected 53}4@54%c. Corn in
active and a shade lower 31%c cash 31%c Janu
ary 35%c May. Oats dull and weak 20c cash 20c
December 20J4c January. Rye steady. Barley
strong 95c cash extra No. 3 49@53%c.
PROVISIONSPork steady fair demand $6.76
cash 6.70 December firstname.lastname@example.org% January 8.00
8.02H February. Lard dull shade, lower 5.62%@
7 r,,!fY- ~*W* ^\."f" i,'i*'.i'' .v,f
II I 1
5.65 cash email@example.com January 5.77%5.80 Feb
ruary. Bulk meats steady.
EEOEIPTS16,000 barrels flour 101,100
bushels wheat 74,000 bushels corn 22,000 bushels
oats 2,800 bushels rye 10,000 bushels barley.
8HIPMENTS13,000 barrels flour 74,000 bushels
wheat 12,000 bushels corn 18,000 bushels oats
1,100 bushels rye 16,000 bushels barley.
GRAINWheat, easy. Corn steady and unchanged.
PBOVISIONSPork easy declined 2%c. Lard
easy $5.67% January 5.77% February.
Chicago Live Stock Market. CHICAGO, Dec. 5.
HOGSReceipts 47,000 Ehipments 2.800: opened
steady. A big strike for wages in the four principal
packing houses caused a suspension of active opera
tions. Choice heavy $2.753.00 light 2.50
CATTLEReceipts 4,000 shipments 21,000
nearly all grades lower shipping steers firstname.lastname@example.org
stockers and feeders email@example.com butchers' cow3 2.00
@2.70 steers firstname.lastname@example.org bulls 2.40 Texana 2.30.
SHEEPReceipts 1,500 shipments 160 un
St. Louis Live Sto ck Market.
S T. LOOTS, Dec. 5.
CATTLESlow tending downward, but prices
not quotably changed receipts 1.000 head: ship
ments 600 head.
SHEEPStrong good demand fan? to fancy mut
tons $2.37% receipts 500 head shipment*
Tievr York Produce Market.
COTTONWeak at 9 3-16@9 7-16c futures heavy.
FLOURDull receipts 22,000 barrels supertme
state and western $email@example.com common to good extra
firstname.lastname@example.org good to choice email@example.com white wheat
extra 4.255.55 extra Ohio 3.90g5.00 St. Louis
firstname.lastname@example.org Minnesota patent process 5.758.25.
GRAINWheat dull receipts 9,500 bushels re
jected spring 80c No. 3 spring 91 l-2c No. 2 sprmg
98c ungraded Nebraska sprmg $1.06 ungraded red
email@example.com No. 3 red 1.03 No. 2 red 1.07 firstname.lastname@example.org
No. 1 red email@example.com rejected amber firstname.lastname@example.org
ungraded white email@example.com No. 2 white firstname.lastname@example.org 1-2
No. 1 white, sales 17,000 bushels at email@example.com ex
tra white, sales 2,000 buhels at 1.11. Rye 59c. Bar
ley quiet and stea 2-rowed state 77%. Malt quiet.
Corn nominal receipts 44,000 bushels ungraded
45 l-2@47c No. 3, 41@41 l-2c steamer 45 l-2c No.
2,461-2@47c. Oats firm receipts 32,000 bushels
No. 3, 29 1-2c do white 31%c No. 2, 30^@30 l-2c
do white 32 l-2c mixed western 29t&31 %c.
HAYQuiet and nominal.
HOPSQuiet and nominal.
GROCERIESCoffee dull. Sugar nominally un
changed farr to good refining 6%@7c Molasses
quiet. Rice quiet.
Philadelphia Produce Market.
Notice to CreditorsHearing
Wheat receipts 1:1 Chicago, 101,103 bushels ship
ments 73,963 biubheia.
Wheat receirrp in Milwaukee, 124,911 bushels
Boipmeiin, 65,357 busheu.
31% 317* 31%
31% 31% 31% 31% 31-A 31%
8Mc refined 8*,c.
TURPENTINE29c bid 29%c asked.
PRODUCEEggs firm western 24 l-2c. Butter
quiet western 6@28c. Cheese dull western 2
PROVISIONSPork $7.40. Beef quiet but firm.
Cut meats heavy western long elear middles $4-37%
short do 4.50.
PHILADELPHIA, D6C 4
FLOURSteady superfine $firstname.lastname@example.org extra 3.00
3.50 Minnesota family 4.25(&4.75 high grades 6.75
GRAINWheat dull tending down No. 5 red
$1.0654 amber email@example.com% white firstname.lastname@example.org No 2
Chicago 96c. Corn firm steamer 41c yellow 47
@48c mixed 4644G%c Oats dull white 2931c
mixed 27@28%c. Rye quiet western 54c.
PROVISIONS-Iuactive. Pork $email@example.com. Beef,
Indra mess 19.00 Hams, smoked 7%@8%e
pickled 6%@74c green 5c. Lard doll prime
PETROLEUMQvuet refined 8%e srnde 7\'c.
Boston Produce Market.
BOSTON, Dec. 5.
FLOURFair demaud western superfine 3.00
@3.25 common extra firstname.lastname@example.org Wisconsin extra 4.00
@5.00 Minnesota do email@example.com winter wheat, Ohio
and Michigan firstname.lastname@example.org Ilhnors email@example.com St. Louis
GRAINCorn, fair demand steady old 60&53c
new 45j51c Oats No. 1 and extra white 38
40c No. 2 white 34c. Ryo quiet and unchanged.
Foreign Produce Market.
LONDON, Dec. 5.
SUGARNew Orleans l'2s Dutch Standard, spot
23s(5}23s 6d afloat 22s 6d@23
PETROLEUMSpirits 10s10 6d.
LIVKBPOOL, Dec. 5.
COTTONEasy 5%@5 9-16d sales 10,000 bales
for speculation and export 1,000 bales American t*,i00
PROVISIONSLard, American 32s.
New York Dry Goods.
NEWYOHK. Dec. 5
Business continues quiet in all departments. Com
mon goods in light demand at unchanged prices.
Cottonades moderate request by clotluers. Prints
quiet. Ginghams dull. Spring woolens moderate
demand by the elothing trade. Dresb goods quiet.
Foreign goods moving slowly.
C. McNAMAKA Proprietor.
Oor. Wabashaw and Sixth streets,
SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA
First Class, but Only $2.00 Pe Day
In the matter of tho estate of Israel G. Lash, de
ceased: Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned have
beeu appointed by the Judge of the Probate Court of
the county of Ramsey, State of Minnesota, commis
sioners in the matter of said estate, to receive, ex
amine and adjust all claims and demands of all per
sons agarnst said Israel Lask, late of the county
of Forsyth, North Carolina, deceased that six
months from November 4th, 1878, have been limited
and allowed by said court to creditors to present
therr claims to us as aforesaid aud that we will, on
the second Tuesday of every month for the next six
mouths, (beginning on Tuesday, the 10th flay of De
cember, 1878, at the ofhee of I. Heard,
Warner's B'ock, in St. Paul, in said county, meet to
receive, examine and adjust claims and demands
agarnst said deoeaaed as aforesad
I. V. D. HEARD,
JOHN B. OLIVIER,
Commissioners of the estate of Israel G. Lash,
deceased. nov 22-5w-f
Will Take Notice
that on the 30th day of November. 1878, I did
receive a warrant from the City Comptroller of
the city of St. Paul, for the collection of the
above named assessment.
The nature of this warrant is, that if yon fail
to pay the assessment within
after the first publication of this notice, I shall
report you and your real estate so assessed as
delinquent, and apply to the District Court of
the county of Ramsey, Minnesota, for judg
ment against your lands, lots, blocks or parcels
thereof BO assessed, including interest, cost and
expenses, and for an order of the Court to sell
the same for the payment thereof.
F. A. RENZ,
223-33 Citv Treasurer.
What is it A Cathartic and Regulator.
YERBA BUENA BITTERS
Cures impurities of the blood.
ITIQRBA. BXJE^T^. BITTERS
Cures liver and kidney complaints.
YERBA BTJEISr-A. BITTERS
Cures indigestion and dyspepsia.
YERBA BUEnSTA. BITTERS
Cures billiousness and constipation.
YERBA BUENA BITTERS
Cures Intermittent and billions fevers.
For sale by all druggists.
Edward Blggp will supply the trade with
Verba Bnena Bitters at Chicago prices. 207-eod
Largest aud Best Paper is the Stat*.'
I lit i Mr
r- 5^ To any address, postage pcep&Ui.
Kenny & Hudner,
Contracts taken and estimates given in any part of
the State on application. Call and examine our stock
of Chandeliers, Brackets, Portables, Shades, etc, be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
105 W. 3d St., Opp. Metropolitan Ilotd, St.Pail.
8t. Paul JUtilroetd, Time Tables.
First Division St. Paul & Pacific KaiUoad
Main Line tnrongh trains for Litchfield, Wilhrar,
Benson, Morris, Glyndon, Orookston, Ikbtr's
Landing and Manitoba.
SLPaul 5:00 p.m. Fteher sL'gll.88a,m.
Minneapolis 5:40 m. I MumeapoTlslO :ll a.
Fisher's Landing 4:50 St. Paul J0U2 a.
8t.Paul 7:10am I Minneapolis....4:82pm
Minneapolis 8:86am St.Paul. .5:40prr
Branch Line through train for St. Cloud, Braineid.
St.Paul 7:30 a.m. 1 Minneapolis 6'30 p.rc.
Minneapor.8 1:30 a. m. St. Paul 6-40 p. m.
8* V-ui, Minneapolis and Minnetonka trains.
8t-Paui 7:30 a.m. Minneapolis 3:30 p.m
Si.I'aui 11:35 a. m. Minneapolis 6:40 p. ro
St. Paul 3:00 p. m. Minneapolis 6.23 p.m
3 Paul 5:00 p.m. Minneapolis 8 C2
Paul 5:50 p. in. Minneapohsl0.il a ra
Wyzata 9:28 a. m.! Minueanoiis 2:00 in
Wyzata 8:18 p. m. I Minneapo'is 4.00
Mrnneapolis 8:16 a. m. Minneapolis 4.32
Minneapolis 12:05 p. m. Minneapolis 6:55
Wayzata, 10.06 am I St. Paul.... 2:35 p.m.
Wyzata 6:18 I S Paul 6:00 p.m.
Sx.PauL 8.34 amjSr.Paul 5:40 p.m
St.PauL 10:42 am|St.Paui ...6:40p.m.
Pullman Sleeping Cars will run on the Main Line
TrainB leaving St. Paul at 5:00 p. Cars rtin
through to Fisher's Landing without chan ge, and
connect there with Bed River Transportation Oo's
Steamers for Manitoba and all points North on Red
River. J. P. FARLEY, Gen 1 Manager.
W. S. ALEXASDKB, Gen'l Ft. & T'kt. Agt.
Northern I'nciiic Kallroad.
Depot foot of Sibley street. Ticket and Freigb
office, Wo. 4} Jackson street.
8t.Paul Minneapolis Sauk Rapids
Brainerd Glyndon Moorhead Fargo Fargo Bismarck
Duluth N. P. Junction 6:45 a. ni. Ar.
Daily, except Sunday
Trains via the Brainerd Branch leave Bt. Panl
daily, except Sunday.
Connection made at Bismarck with stages for
Deadwood and all points the Black Hills, and at
St. Paul with trains to all points East and South.
In effect December 1st, 1878.
H. SARGENT, General Manager.
G. SANBOBN. Gen. Passenger Agent.
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway.
Passenger Depot foot of Jackson street. Ticket nd
Freight Office Southeast Corner of Third and Jack'
son streets. Charles Thompson, Ticket Aeenr. St.
Through Chicago & East-
Express *ll:22am 2 20pm
Through Chicago & East
ern Express f7:40 16:47 a
Iowa and Minnesota DIv.
Prairie du Ohien, Milwau
kee and Chicago Express *C35 ft
St.Louls Kansas City Ex *6:35 am
do do +8:25
Owittonna Passenger.... |*5:15 *ll :ao am
The 3:30 p. in. train connects at Merriam Junction
with the Minneapolis and St. Louis R. R. for points
south. All trains daily except Sunday
W. H. DIXON, Geh. T'kt Ag't.
Southern Minnesota Railway, Connecting at
Ramsey with C. & St Trains North
At Wells with Central Railroad of Minnesota, and
at La Crosse with O. M. & Bt. Railway for all
Going WestTrains leave La Crosse .57 a
Trains pass Ramsey 2 '42
Going EastTrains pass RamBey 10:45a
Arrive at La Crosse 6:26
St. Paul, Stillwater & Taylors Falls Co.
Depot foot of Jackson street.
Hudson and River Falls Trains:
On and after Monday, Dec. 2,1878, this Company
will run a train daily, Sundajs excepted, learing
River Falls, Wis., at 7:55 a leaving Hudson at
8:30 a m, and arrivmg at St Paul at 10:00 a m.
Returning, will leave bt Paul at 4:00 ni, Hudson
at 5:30 m, and arrive at Ru pr FaHs at 6:05 m.
St. Paul and Stillwater Trains.
St Paul 10:10 a
Stillwater 9:00 am
OFFI CE O THE CITY TBEASUBEB,
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, Dec 3, 1878.
All persons interested in the assessment for
the partial grading and bridging of East John
street, in the Sixth Ward, from the Owatonna
road to Greenwood avenue,
Stillwater 11:10 a
St Paul 10:00 a
Chicago, St. Paul & Minneapolis and North
Depot foot of Sibley street. Freight and Ticket
office corner Third and Jackson.
Through Chicago and I
Le. Le. Le.
Le. Le. Le. Ar. Le. Ar. Le.
11:10 a. ra.
1:15 p. m.
7:55 p. m.
Ar. Le. Ar. Le. Ar.
6:40 6:30p re,
6:25 a. m.
6 05 a. m.
6 JOO it.
7:00 a. TO.
10:05 p. m.
JLBBIVK. *0 30
*e .so aa
}6:4 5 a
11:3 0 a
St. Paul and Minneapolis trains via Fort Snelllng
Lve. St. Paul +6:00 am Arr.Mhmeapollst6:55 a
o. -a_ 9:15 am
Lre. MinnedpolIs*6:2 a
Sundays excepted. fSaturdays accepted. JMon
St. Paul & Sioux City Railroad.
Depot foot of Jackson street.
Omaha, Kansas City and
8t. James Accomdat'n...
8:30 7:00 am
7:40 p. i
North Wisconsin Trains.
Depart i Arrive
11:25am I Clayton 5:40pm
*7:30 a St Paul 2:24
Sundays excepted. tSaturdays excepted. tMon
Hereafter, freight for all points on North Wiscon
sin must be dehvered at Union Freight Depot of
the St Paul Pacific and Chrcago, St Paul & Minne
apolis railroads. B. CLARKE,
St. Panl & Duluth Railroad.
For Duluth, Stillwater and way stations, from Saint
Paul & Pacific depot, foot of Sibley street.
eav 8 00am Arrive 4 30pm
Hinckley accommodationfrom Saint Paul and
Duluth depot, foot of Third street.
1"V 11 Warn Arrive 2 50pm
All trains daily except Sunday.
Minneapolis Bailroad Time Table.
aiiimeapoiiB & t. Louis Kali wayahvtt
Line Iowa Route via Burlington.
Running through express trains with Pullman
palace car sleepers to St. Louis without change, 28
miles shorter than any other route.
Le. daily, Ar. Daily.
St.Louis Express 330pm
Passengers at St. Paul leave
by the St. Paul & Sioux Uiy
B. E., at 8:30 p. M. connect
ing at Merriam June also
leave St. Paul Pacific R,
B. at 3:00 connecting at
Minneapolis daily, Sundays Le. daily,
excepted. Tram on Satur- Ex.Sund'y
day runs as far as Albert
Mixed Minneapolis and Mer
riam Junction, connecting
for local stations and St. P.
& S. C. R. R. as far as St.
Mixed Minneapolis and White
Bear Lake, Duluth and
Omaha Ex., for all points on
St. &S. O. R'y., Omaha
and California 3:5o pm
Trains arrive and depart from the St. Pol & Pad*
fie depot, Minneapolis.
Tickets and sleeping car berths secured at city
ticket office, No. 8 Washington avenue, (oppoaite
Nicollet House) W. Q. Telfer, Ticket Agent, and at
S Paul & Pacifio depot, Minneapolis, and at 11C East
Third street, Bt. PauL-GK H. HAZZABD, licket
Agent. OHAS. HATCH, Qea, KP,
A. H. Bo*, 06nJPM.Ag'l